Policies and Procedures

Read: Univ. of Minn. Begins Campus Police Body Camera Trial Program

Univ. of Minn. Begins Campus Police Body Camera Trial Program

UMPD Lieutenant Erik Swanson says both officers and the public were interested in police body cameras when discussions started six months ago.

Read: CDC: Teen Vaping Rates Down 27 Percent

CDC: Teen Vaping Rates Down 27 Percent

It is the first decline in the teen vaping trend since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention started surveying users back in 2011.

Read: Durham Board of Education Strengthens Policy Protecting Immigrant Students

Durham Board of Education Strengthens Policy Protecting Immigrant Students

The changes overlap with the announcement of the Trump administration’s plan to extend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

Read: How to Stop a Drone Attack

How to Stop a Drone Attack

Police officers should consider all of their options for detecting, tracking and stopping drones.

Read: The Militarization of Police in America: Fact or Fiction?

The Militarization of Police in America: Fact or Fiction?

Here are nine reasons why accusations of the militarization of police are wholly over-stated and essentially untrue.

Read: Cleveland Police to Test Body Cameras on Off-duty Details

Cleveland Police to Test Body Cameras on Off-duty Details

The program is designed to improve officer accountability in secondary employment roles.

Read: Conn. Officials Look to Protect Students from Immigration Raids

Conn. Officials Look to Protect Students from Immigration Raids

Many state officials in the education sector have said they won’t cooperate with federal immigration officers.

Read: Officer Vigilance, Knowledge of School Policies Prevent Crime

Officer Vigilance, Knowledge of School Policies Prevent Crime

Congratulations to Officers Terry Thomas and Jerome Saulsbury, who are November’s Campus Safety Heroes for expertly applying visitor policies and paying attention to detail to safely apprehend two armed individuals.

Read: University of Kansas Denied Limits on Campus Carry Law

University of Kansas Denied Limits on Campus Carry Law

The denial shows school policy bans must be limited in order to comply with the law.

Read: Alabama Universities Change Stadium Security Policies

Alabama Universities Change Stadium Security Policies

The two major schools’ policies are nearly identical.

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